nicolap99

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    Liquid amp to match proAc

    Hi LeeI'll try an explain as best i can, its easier with a drawing ,but i know i haven't got one on this computer (used visio in the past to explain) , i now have a mac - no visio compatibility .The pre amp on the cursa has the provision to drive two power amps. So taking the upper most power amp i have run the cables to power the tweeters - choosing to bi wire at the same time .Mirror the same set up for the lower power amp - except running the cables to the bass drivers, again bi wiring.Even more contraversional is the fact (OMG) we're into cable talk again - I run Campaign Audio speaker cable SLC500 for the tweeter , and SLC1000 for the bass units.I expect this will result in all sorts of fall out from the cable talk thread - but it works.Hope this helps.
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    Liquid amp to match proAc

    here's a photo of the kit, as it stands today....
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    Laura Veirs

    I like the new album by Laura Viers - bought it on the strength of the sampler on the Nonesuch website.Good stuff, entertaining new music. recommended.
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    Liquid amp to match proAc

    HiJust to confuse the thread entirely, I have added the Isotek GII Mini Sub mains conditioner into my system - with excellent results.Sweeter treble - didn't think I'd get that sort of improvment (not a massive improvement , but noticeable), better seperation , more bass definition.....ummm nice.Still will be looking for a new amp in the near future.I seem to want to have a simple systemCD playerAmpSpeakerswould have had to have a distribution block - so the Isotek performs that function as well.
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    Liquid amp to match proAc

    ummmm.....nice......now why does it have to be in Scotland? thats quite a trek for me.
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    Liquid amp to match proAc

    Hi LeeYes, I've had a few thoughts.....I'm going to begin the quest for the valve or hybrid valve amp.Walrus in London sent me an excellent reply to my general query. I think this will take quite some time though to finally decide.The only way to do this is by actually listening.Still have a preference for a simple hi fi system.Rega Jupiter cdValve / hybrid integrated amp with a bit of muscle - fortunately I don't need much more than that - no added complications of phono input etc.ProAc Response 1SC'sStill the amps on the short list are Croft integrated - but concerned about ower outputConsonanceThe expensive Sugden ampStill half the fun is the exploration - its not that I'm unhappy with the Rea amplification - just slightly weary of the cut and thrust. It does have a freat deal of power to drive the ProAc's , and I'll have to see if the trade off between blood and thunder is better than the valve presentation in my system.
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    Liquid amp to match proAc

    Thanks for the replies, been scouring the net - any thoughts on using a hybrid amp?Saw some interesting reviews on Croft, and also the full blown valve Stingray amp.
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    Liquid amp to match proAc

    Thanks LeonardBut I'm sold on the ProAc's, had various ProAc speakers for the last ten years.They're just right for me, but I appreciate that they won't suit everyone.
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    What's yer bits'n'bobs ?

    Here's a photo of the systemRega and ProAcÂ
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    Liquid amp to match proAc

    Thanks arjn, but using my current system the volume control is usually in the 12 o clock position. For some cd's I'll turn it up to 1 o clock. This might sound excessive, but its not that loud at those settings.Still have a niggle to listen to a Sugden though.
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    Liquid amp to match proAc

    Budget for about £1500, maybe £2000.I like the fit and forget aspect of transistor amp. prefer to go to a big integrated again. ProAc's like a bit of muscle.
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    Liquid amp to match proAc

    HiNew to the forum. considering a change of amp to match my speakers.Current set upRega Jupiter cdRega Cursa preRega Maia power amps - bi amped - driving the superbProAc Response 1sc speakersWhat I'm after is a more fluid/ liquid / air and space around the music.Any suggestions? worried about valves, as I know little. My instinct takes me to Sugden.
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    What's yer bits'n'bobs ?

    New member, here's the kit, you'll get the idea I like Rega.Rega Jupiter cdRega Cursa pre ampRega Maia power amps x 2 drivingProAc Response 1SC speakersTarget R1 speaker stands.
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    Newbie Intro's

    Just hi to everyone, my names Denis.The kitRega Jupiter cdRega Cursa pre ampRega Maia power amps x 2 - using to bi amp the speakersProAc Response 1SC'sTarget R1 stands.